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North Melbourne Kangaroos vs Sydney Swans: AFL live scores

14th August, 2021
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North Melbourne

77

Match Complete

Sydney Swans

91

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14th August, 2021
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North Melbourne

77

Match Complete

Sydney Swans

91

Fourth Quarter
C. Comben31:08
T. Thomas28:16
27:01T. Papley
L. Davies-Uniacke24:37
21:20J. P. Kennedy
19:31O. Florent
18:50W. Hayward
17:45S. Wicks
16:33W. Hayward
14:21W. Hayward
12:45H. McLean
J. Anderson8:16
E. Ford3:34
E. Ford1:30
N. Larkey28:44
26:41E. Gulden
C. Zurhaar23:26
20:46S. Reid
19:14J. Dawson
C. Zurhaar13:56
N. Larkey11:27
7:18W. Hayward
6:05I. Heeney
5:05Rushed
C. Taylor3:40
J. Stephenson28:13
C. Zurhaar27:52
24:09W. Hayward
22:17W. Hayward
20:03H. McLean
11:55I. Heeney
0:54T. Papley
N. Larkey29:51
26:23T. Papley
Rushed23:54
E. Ford19:45
15:00L. Parker
12:35Rushed
10:56B. Campbell
7:38S. Wicks
C. Zurhaar5:06
4:18T. Papley
1:11I. Heeney

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The Sydney Swans will be looking to bounce back from last week’s upset loss when they take on the North Melbourne Kangaroos on Saturday night. Tune into events from Melbourne here on The Roar with live scores from 7:40pm (AEST).

Heading in as one of the hottest teams in the competition, the Swans’ shock loss to St Kilda in Round 21 has all but put paid to them making it to the top four for finals. They’d need to win both games and hope a stack of other results go their way – and that’s before percentage is factored into the equation.

Given that, it comes as no surprise they’ve played it safe with a number of injured stars. Lance Franklin has been rested, while defender Jake Lloyd misses with a knee complaint. The Swans will also be ultra-cautious with star Callum Mills’ troublesome Achilles, after he was a last-minute withdrawal before their loss to the Saints.

The Kangaroos’ loss to Richmond last week typified their season – a strong first half showed their improvement under David Noble, while a blowout after that demonstrated how far they’ve still got to go. Nevertheless, it has been a season full of promise, despite now looking likely wooden spooners.

The Roos have chosen to hand young key forward Charlie Comben his AFL debut: is he the forward partner for the emerging Nick Larkey they have been looking for?

Game information

Opening bounce: 7:40pm (AEST)
Venue: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
TV: Fox Footy
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Kangaroos $3.05, Swans $1.37 (odds via PlayUp)

Teams

North Melbourne Kangaroos
B: 25 Robbie Tarrant, 23 Ben McKay, 28 Kayne Turner
HB: 7 Jack Ziebell (c), 19 Josh Walker, 43 Aaron Hall
C: 14 Trent Dumont, 12 Jy Simpkin, 11 Luke McDonald
HF: 2 Jaidyn Stephenson, 30 Charlie Comben, 26 Tarryn Thomas
F: 5 Curtis Taylor, 20 Nick Larkey, 44 Cameron Zurhaar
FOL: 22 Todd Goldstein, 9 Luke Davies-Uniacke, 3 Jed Anderson
I/C: 8 Bailey Scott, 16 Aiden Bonar, 29 Will Phillips, 40 Eddie Ford
EMG: 15 Atu Bosenavulagi, 17 Lachie Young, 36 Phoenix Spicer, 42 Tom Campbell
IN: Charlie Comben (debut), Will Phillips (R21 medical sub)
OUT: Jack Mahony, Tom Campbell

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Sydney Swans
B: 7 Harry Cunningham, 43 Lewis Melican24 Dane Rampe (c)
HB: 34 Jordan Dawson, 30 Tom McCartin, 22 Nick Blakey
C: 27 Justin McInerney, 12 Josh Kennedy (c), 13 Oliver Florent
HF: 45 Sam Wicks, 5 Isaac Heeney, 9 Will Hayward
F: 21 Errol Gulden, 20 Sam Reid, 11 Tom Papley
FOL: 31 Tom Hickey, 29 George Hewett, 26 Luke Parker (c)
I/C: 3 Dylan Stephens, 8 James Rowbottom, 16 Braeden Campbell, 41 Hayden McLean
EMG: 15 Sam Gray, 32 James Bell, 18 Callum Sinclair, 38 Colin O’Riordan
IN: Braeden Campbell, Hayden McLean, Lewis Melican
OUT: Dylan Stephens, Jake Lloyd, Lance Franklin

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